Privacy Policy

The Cambridge Jazz Festival take your privacy seriously and this policy (Privacy Policy) sets out how we will handle your personal data securely and in accordance with your rights, in line with the General Data Protection RegulationGDPR’, as enforced on the 25th May 2018. Should you have any questions, concerns or complaints about the practices contained within this document or how we handle your data, please contact us.

How we use your data:

If you sign up to our mailing list, contact us through the website, the only information we store will be your name and email address. This is so we are able to keep you updated with upcoming Festival-realted events and news.


By disclosing your personal information, you consent to the collection, storage and processing of your personal information by us. We alone store and use this data, it is not shared with anyone else. It is only used to send you monthly newsletters with Festival news and events in Cambridge.

How we store your data:

Your name and email is stored securely in our Mailchimp and WIX accounts, for which Cambridge Jazz Festival alone have access. Any hard copy of email addresses is filed away securely.

Your rights:

Erasure - At anytime, you can request that we permanently delete any or all of your information. You can also unsubscribe from our communications at any time by clicking the link in the footer of any email that you receive from us, sending us a message via the contact form on this website. 

Access to your personal data - You may request access to a copy of your personal data. This will be in a structured, commonly used machine readable form. 

Right to withdraw consent - You may withdraw your consent at any time. Please contact us using the details in this policy if you would like to withdraw your consent and we will update our records accordingly (including where appropriate by deleting your data in line with your right to erasure set out above). 

Make a complaint - You may make a complaint about our data processing activities to a supervisory authority. For the UK, this is the Information Commissioner’s Office, at